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JBL Shuts Down Layfield Report Website, Moving On With Michael Cole

JBL is shutting down as he and Michael Cole have a deal with another media company that will host their content. You can read an official statement published at the website below:

"We want to thank all the readers and people who have viewed Layfield Report. It has been a pleasure building a site that, hopefully, has been a joy to visit. Unfortunately for the site, Michael Cole and I are joining another media company that will house our podcast, videos, radio shows and our social media. This has been a hard decision but we feel confident that our new platform will give us the opportunity to spread our message more. We believe the world is centrist and that our politicians on both sides have let us down-we want to offer solutions and feel that the bigger established platform will help us do just that. We also just enjoy discussing current events as we are both news junkies. Thank you kindly for visiting our site and subscribing to our newsletter. We will have more info the week of October 20th to share. Because we are going to a bigger platform we are shutting down our site since it would be competition against our new home.

Soon, John and Michael both will be on over 300 terrestrial radio stations in the US and all the elements of the Layfield Report will live on, just a different form. Thank you again and we will give plenty of updates as soon as we are allowed."

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Richard Reacts: I penned two articles that were published on a couple of years ago. Back then, the site was operated by JBL and recent WWE hireArda Ocal. I haven't followed it lately but I'm sure whatever is next for JBL and Cole, they will have success. While I know I don't line up with JBL's politics, he's a good guy. I know everyone talks about JBL as the locker room bully that picked on The Miz but he's been nothing but nice to me in what small interactions that we have had.

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